‘Tum Mujhe Vote do, Hum Tumhe Vaccine Denge’: Sanjay Raut takes a dig at BJP’s Bihar poll manifesto

'Tum Mujhe Vote do, Hum Tumhe Vaccine Denge' Sanjay Raut takes a dig at BJP’s Bihar poll manifesto
‘Tum Mujhe Vote do, Hum Tumhe Vaccine Denge’ Sanjay Raut takes a dig at BJP’s Bihar poll manifesto (Image credit: ANI)

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) published its election manifesto for Bihar assembly elections in which free vaccination for coronavirus is promising. In its declaration letter for three-phased elections BJP assured that after authorization of coronavirus vaccine from ICMR, every citizen in the Bihar state will get free vaccination. Also Read: Sanjay Raut says, ‘Don’t be fooled to test my courage, I have already turned many storms,’ Sambit Patra attacks

Many politicians took a dig at BJP for promising a free coronavirus vaccine. Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut also took a swipe at BJP and said that it shows the discriminatory nature of the ruling party. He phrased a saying from the freedom struggle days and said, “Earlier it used to be – ‘tum mujhe khoon do, main tumhe azadi dunga’ (You give me blood, I will give you freedom) and now it’s ‘tum mujhe vote do,hum tumhe vaccine denge’ (Give us vote, we will give you vaccine).”

“Now, a new policy is being schemed that the BJP-ruled state will get the coronavirus vaccine free of cost. These sorts of proclamations are bringing disgrace to PM Narendra Modi. Are preparations underway to divide India?. First, they divided the country in the name of caste and religion, now the same is going on in the name of the vaccine,” Raut added. Also Read: Sanjay Raut calls Kangana ‘Haramkhor Ladki’, Bollywood comes in support for Kangana, asks Raut to apologize

Rashtriya Janta Dal took Twitter and said, “The vaccine belongs to the country and not the BJP. The political use of such a crucial vaccine shows that BJP has no substitute but to sell the fear of disease and death. The citizens have their self-esteem and they will not sell their fate for this.”

Furthermore, other political parties such as Congress, Samajwadi Party have also denounced BJP for promising free coronavirus vaccines in its election manifesto, released by Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman. 

Assembly elections in Bihar on October 28th, November 3rd, and 7th followed by the counting of votes on November 10th. 


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